nightclub

[nahyt-kluhb]
noun
1.
Also, night club. an establishment for evening entertainment, generally open until the early morning, that serves liquor and usually food and offers patrons music, comedy acts, a floor show, or dancing; nightspot.
verb (used without object), nightclubbed, nightclubbing.
2.
to visit nightclubs.

Origin:
1880–85, Americanism; night + club

nightclubber, noun
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nightclub (ˈnaɪtˌklʌb)
 
n
a place of entertainment open until late at night, formerly offering food, drink, a floor show, dancing, etc, but now usually featuring loud amplified music for dancing
 
'nightclubber
 
n

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Example sentences
These same results may not be obtained in studies of military officers, welfare
  recipients or nightclub devotees, for example.
So you eyeball the crowd in the restaurant, nightclub, or highway rest stop and
  try to figure out who's who.
Her nightclub performances all over the country were standing-room-only.
Drinks are priced well for a nightclub, particularly before the midnight
  threshold.
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